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Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness

About Us

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Faculty & Staff

Center Administration

Jonathan Links, PhD
Principal Investigator/Director, Center for Public Health Preparedness
jlinks1@jhu.edu

Natalie Semon, MSEd
Executive Director, Center for Public Health Preparedness Programs
nsemon@jhu.edu

Katurah Bland
Administrative Coordinator, Center for Public Health Preparedness Programs
kbland1@jhu.edu

PERLC Affiliated Faculty

Jackie Agnew, PhD
Environmental Health Sciences

Daniel Barnett, MD, MPH
Environmental Health Sciences

George S. Everly, Jr., PhD
International Health
Psychiatry and Behavior Sciences, School of Medicine

O. Lee McCabe, PhD
Mental Health

Lainie Rutkow, JD, PhD, MPH
Health Policy and Management

PERRC Research Leaders

Project 1: Daniel Barnett, MD, MPH, Environmental Health Sciences

Project 2: O. Lee McCabe, PhD, Mental Health

Project 3: J. Douglas Storey, PhD, Health, Behavior and Society

Project 4: Lainie Rutkow, JD,PhD, MPH

You should be able to survive on your own for at least 3 days after an incident.

About the Experts

James Hodge
James G. Hodge, JD, LLM
Mr. Hodge has an extensive and diverse background in the areas of public health law, ethics and human rights. PERRC project 4 explores the legal and ethical environments before, during, and after emergency events. More
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